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THE KINO OF DRAFT HORSES
DICK TURPIN
Will make tlm Reaaon of 1890 at Wilbur's
linnoU on the Nation Line 1 Mile west
of Itlue Mound and 6 Mile WMt
of JJaxter Springs. Kmmu.
Te-ci'iTiox and I'KDiuiiKK. Dick Turpln Is
tt liriglit Iwy Kith heavy mum ami tuil, NIK
ImitcU Inph and weivlis 1700 pounds. Me has
preat eticiiptli nwI linn iirovcn himself a cure
iniii pet i it. Ill great griinildum wait an English
inure'; l;h Ki-uivldum was K"t by the Oakley
Niuion; 'luriilo's dam by l.o"U Napoleon,
Impuilwl liv K. Dillon A :o-, Blor.mington,
111.; Dick Tnrpin by Matchless, imported by
Totu a Hon or iMtawa.
It In conceded by good horsemen thnt Pick
Turpi" him Hire. I more good colt limn auy other
horse ever stoorl in Cherokee connty.
Tki!M $S to hioare a living colt. ' Mare
bo!d iniiil bills uceimiil. All imssiltle ear will
) tnki-n li prevent nceidenu or ecnpr, but we
will nt He nrlil nHHinsiiie snowu any occur.
It will rive it ; rent jilea-nrc to show our horsu
to nil lotiirittint In Hie improvement of aiock
and we cordially invite the pubiio to oomoand
aw forihrnisrlvc.
Iso ut the same time and place a
Kentucky-Bred Jack
Good color, good bone, and has proven to be
u good breeder. Terms $10 to Insure living colt.
MO SEUVICK ItESDERKD ON SUNDAY.
L. C WILIICR.
PHYSICIANS.
A. res
tuink.
Da. A. J. McCLELLAN.
ICI AN AND SURGEON. Offlceand
resideuce two blocks west of Baxter
D. E. A. McFADDEX,
PIIY61UAN AND SURGEON, is again
reuriv to nractlre medicine alter recnmirat-
ing his health. Olllce at residence corner of
aeosnoami unicorn streets.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Samuel II. Smith, .
Attorney-at-Law,
Baxter Springs, Kan.
Notnry I'tilVtio.
C. G. IIOUNOR,
A TTOUNEY A I' LAW and U. 8. r0mmis-
! sinner. OUioe in Drovers and Farmers'
Caiik building.
V,r. II. HOUXOrt,
TTORNKY AT LAW. OUioe In Drovers
l ii ni i'urmersBank.
01000 REWARD
For wrjenot of imparity foaadia .
Shan's Snow Puff
Baking Pouder.
These goods are strictly pure Cream of Tar
far Goods, Contain no Alum or Ampioma.
Evert Can warranted. 11 lb. Can for 50o.
Try a Can ; if yoa are not pleased, the money
ill be returned by our agent.
J. M. COOPEK.
C. CROWELL & GO.
KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Itai Locust Street,
Special Brokers
HAY!
(Consignments Solicited.
G. E. DAVIS & SON,
Wholesale dealers in
ItAXTEU SflUNGS, KAN.
Parties having baled or loose hay for
sale will do well to call ou us be
fore selling. .....
CAR LOTSTSPECIALTY.
Bf ii EUauo
consumption
BRONCHITIS
SCROFULA
COO or COLD
Threat iif:ctt
Or oiy Dleenee where the Throe emd Ltmge
are Inflamed, Lack of StnwftA vr Jftrw
Power, ye cats he relieved m4 CWed bf
PURE COD LIVER OIL
Witb Hypopfcospliites.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Amh for Mcotft EmtMn, emd Mav
flmmmtUm er eoiiciiatiom imtmee pern f
oeorpt m tubetitnte.
Sold by aU DruffffisU,
eCOTT A BOWKE,Chtmlstfi, n.Y.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
Dr. C. II. Shrtoerof Galena wai
in Baxter Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Gage left for
Cleveland, 0., Monday.
W. L. Patton and wife of Galena
were in the oity Sunday. .
Dr. E. T). Ashley of Colonibus
was in the city Wednesday.
Miss Amy Warner returned from
Kansas City Monday evening.
Geo. W. Peterson of the Joplin
Herald was in town Monday.
Miss Mollio Davis, neico of G. E.
Davis, left for her home in Nebraska
Monday.
W. H. Ilornor returned Saturday
evening from a two months stay in
Washington, D. U.
Dr. J. M. Duncan returned from
an extended trip through the country
west of here Wednesday.
. Mrs. II. G. Harris, mother of Mrs.
E. B. Corse, returned to her home in
Parsons yesterday. Her son Guy also
returned with her.
Mrs. W. G. Bates went to Chicago
last week for a three weeks visit with
relatives and friends.
Miss Kitty Bice, who has been the
fruent of her sister Mrs. T. W. Smith
for soveral months, left for Michigan
Wednesday.
Miss Fay Fenton left Thursday
for Linn county, her former home,
where she is engaged to teach a spring
term of school.
C. T. Dana of the Galena Times
was in Baxter Wednesday evening
helping to organize our local assembly
of the Knights of Labor.
Elwood Comfort and wife, who
have been visiting with Mrs. M. V.
Miller for some time past, departed for
their home in Michigan Tuesday.
Alford Taylor of Coopersville,
Mich., arrived in the city Wednesday
evening and will become a resident of
this vicinity. Lie is a son ol J. A. J.
Taylor, our gunsmith.
J. II. Humphrey and wife and B.
F. Brown and wife left Tuesday via
overland route to Oklahoma. Mr.
Humphrey goes to look after his claim
aud Mr. Brown and wife to look at
the country.
A DISASTROUS RUNAWAY.
Sunday laxt about 11 o'clock John
George hooked 'a heavy sorrel team
owned by Mr. Willard to a common
buggy aud drove to the residence of
Henry Uragg on east bucrman street
with the intention ot taking Miss Ann
Wheeler out riding. The horses were
young aud frisky, and as lupy refuted
to stand while George helped tho lady
in he trot in the buggv first. Before
she could get in, however, the horses
became unmanageable and started
west at a terrific rate. Tho load was
as nothing to them and it seems George
was unable to even guide them I u their
mad career, for when they reached
Military street they turned south, but
were going so fast'that they ran to the
west pavement where the buggy was
turned half over and George thrown
with great force against a large elec
tric light polo and very dangerously
hurt. He was at once picked up and
taken into the Fox livery stable office
and a physician sent for. The fright
cued team ran south ou Military street
until tl.ey came in contact with the
buggy aud team of E. Baker hitched
in front of Ohlen's restaurant where
they became so entangled tt at they
could not go further. Buker's buggy
was a complete wreck, every wheel of
it being broken. jone or the horses
were much hurt, nor was the other
buggy much damaged.
Upon examination it was found that
George had struck -the pole with his
breaxt and stomach in almost a hori
zontal position and though no bones
wcro broken ho was very seriously
bruised and hurt internally. He lay
on a couch at tho stable in a semi-conscious
condition and with intense pain
and restlessness watched by friends
and physician until Monday when he
was removed to the homo of I). B.
Peake.
It wa9 a very close call for George.
Had his head struck the pole be would
certainly have been killed. It was al
so very forlunato that the young lady
was uot in the buggy.
The First Step.
Tcihaps you. arc run down, cau't
eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do
anything to your satisfaction, aud
you wonder what ails you. You
should heed the warning, vou are
taking the first step into nervous
prostration. You ncod a nerve ton
ic and m Electric Bitters you will
find the exact remedy for restoriug
your nervous system to its normal,
healthv condition. Surprislug re
sults follow tho use of this great
nerve tonic and alterative. Your
appetite returns, good digestion is
restored and tho liver and kidneys
resume healthy action, Try bot
tle. Price 50 cents at Craig's Drug
Store. 6
It he bwn ricmred out that from a
bushel of corn tho distiller gets four
gallous of whiskey which retails at
$16. The government gets $3.70; the
farmer who raised the corn gets 40
cents; the railroad gets ft; tne man
ufacturer gets fi, the retailer gets f7
and the cousumcr gets drunk.
Remember the News office for fine
Job worl
OU papers for sale at this office.
Petition for the Iwlteh.
Baxter Springs, Kan,, Mar. 12, 1890.
To the honorable mayor aud city coun
cil or the city of Baxter Springs,
Kansas: ". ':
We, tho undersigned,' citizens and
tax-payers would respectfully ask your
honorable body to call an election to
decide for or against an appropriation
of nine hundred dollars to pay for the
right of way for the spar of the Kan
sas City, Fort Scott & Gulf railroad
from the main line of that road to the
dam on Spring river near this city :
0. W. Daniels Jai'. B. Ludlnm
D. B. Peak . P. M. Parkins
L. C. Fuller . Johnson .
W. W. Scott J. It Hathaway
Jno. R. Tusker A, J. SloClellan
E. B. Uorse . W. J. Naylor
H ohlcn John Patterson
Morris Doty T. J. Hedires
John Jones Jacob Ji. Smith
Julius Bitchoisberger James Brown
W. W Jones Vm. Justice
Wm. March B.F.Brown
It. P. McGregor H. R. t.rowell
.I.J. Unborn R. If. Sands
J. C. llaskelt i. A. Sour
U. 8. Ebling J. II. Garrett
L. O. Uoodner F. 11. Bartlett
J . L. Harmon J. It. Cooper
II. H. Bacon A H. I 'rill
E. T. Warner E. A. McFadden
L. Murray Perkins W. A. Adams
D T. Uey r. R. Slater
M. II. Gardner Clias. L. Smith
1. P.Daniels W.S. Tuttla
Geo, H.Halnos Beol 8. Warner
W. E. Price U. . Humphrey
J.W.Jordan V. E Brown
O. B. Bartlett Jt. F. Neely
Ira C. Perkins Jlenry ller.loy
A. B. Urlc Joe Uucker
8. H. Smith J. H. Humphrey
J . W. Dunham A. Stephens
T. U. Weaver G. Fenton
John M. Cooper Ed. UoUgklns
G. W. Dawdy H. 6. Walker
F . Ilemntreet J. W . Morrison
L. Brewster A. Allen
A. W.Ico David Powell
Uev . J . vV . Smith II. H. Curtis
Joseph Young J W.Wheatoa
W. E. Pigg Burroll Oweua
W. H. Hornor
Hoard's Dairyman : If you abuse
your cow or permit her to fie abused,
you must expect to pay for it. She
will not only "hold up" her milk but
give you milk of poorer quality.
When Baby waa sick, we gare her Castorla,
When the was a Child, she cned tor Castoria,
When she became Kka, the clung to C&storia,
When aha had Children, she gave them Castona.
(Klr.-t published Murcb IS, 190.)
Summons by Publication.
Before Ed. Uoduklns, Justice of the peace of
Baxter Spring. Kuneu.
The Whitman & Barnes Mamif.icturlnir Compa
ny, pluintilf, vs. Charles t.arler, delentlunt.
Said ilel'eiiilunt lit hereby nutinvd that on the
2Sth day ol February, 18J0, an orler of utiach
nieni for the sum of 13. Is and probable coma nl'
suit not exceeding S.YJ, was iuhipiI by the afore
said justice of Hie peace against his goods in the
above entitled action and time said cuiie will oe
heaidou IheTlll day of April, 1HWI, at V o'clock
a. in. CVG. liOltSOR.
Attest: Ed. Hodokivs, for plaintiff,
Justice of the Peace.
FRA!
Is sold In every atate nni Connty la theUnloa
ad Is to-day WITHOUT A UIVAL. Bo bdItcv
sally la this fact recognised that numerous Imita
tloaa have beea aiado, aUclalailncte be
'SfcstasGQddas.haFrazer"
Saau dealers alTer cheap tinS, because thore Is
mere oucr la It to theas. Do aot be laposed apoa,
bat laalst o havlaj
THE FRAZER.
It eaves your horse labor, aad yoa too. It reeelvesl
BrstaMdatatthaCeatcaalal aad Parla Exposi
tion. Bold everywhere.
U oar foods are marked with th
FRAZER LABEL.
Bain!
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109 & 111 W. Kinth it, KAffSAS CITY, MO.
Tie mlu Specialist in tV City jcho is a Regular
Graduate in Medicine. Over 23 ncars' Practice,
13 yeart in Chicago.
THE CLCESTIa AGE, CKO LONGEST LOCATED.
Authorized by the State to treat
Chronic, Kervous and "npeclal Dis
eases." Seminal Weaknesa (night
rpourriTNorvous Debility, Poisoned
iiiooa.i leers nnn piweiiinRBoi every
kind. Urinary Diseases, and In fact
ull troubles or diseases In either
male or fnmnle. Cures auaranteed
or money refunded. Cbarreslow. Thousamlsof
cases cured. Kxperienee l Important. All med
elnxt are punrantti'd to he pure and efficacious,
being compounded in my perfectly appointed
laboratory, and are furnished ready for use.
No running to drug stores to have uncertain
prescriptions filled. No mercury or Injurious
medicines used. No detention from buslnem.
1'atienu at a distance treated by letter and ex
press, medicines sent everywhere free from
esse or breakage. Klale ydtir case and send
lor terms. Consultation free and conhdentlal,
personally or by letter.
A 4 pbs TJODTT ' Bolls Sexes, tent
Illustrated JJUVSJ settled in plain envelope
for 6c. Ii stamfa. Every nialo, from the age ot
U to 45, suould road this book. .
T8 H-g TNI B J .KffATOfTM
THE GREAT TURKISH RHEUMATIC CURE.
A POSITIVE CTltE for 11UEU-
MATI8M. $50 for any ease this
treatment fails to cure or help.
Ureatmt dlsrovery In annals of
medicine. One dose gives relief:
a few doses removee fever ant
run in Joints: uuro erniipieieo in
to 1 riuvs. Bend statement of I
xwse Willi stamp tor Circulars. Call, or address
Dr.HEN0ERSOH,K9W.sa.St,KsasCity,l(la.
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CHICAGO H.IB7 Y03X
at TH3 orncss OF
LnsEiucncinFraci
Kentucky Stock Barn
ON NOIiTH MAIN STEEET,
BAXTER SPRINGS, KANSAS,
Is now open to serve the public, with the following stock in the Stud ;
tiff A T7 I" brl?1,t hv sMUIon 17 bands
UXkA. i-tl high and will weh-h 1400 poumlst
foaled Mav 6, 1(WH. He will show better than a
3 0 gait. 'Bred by A. H.GraU, Lexington, Ky.
Sired by Buford's Uurkaway, with a record of
I:SSX; flratdaman American Clay mare. This
fine young atalliou tranes Ave times to American
Clay and three times to imported Tranby . For
full pedigree apply to this nllice or Kentucky
Stock Farm . Term SI J to Insure.
1? T? Y7iT. A T l nna of Kentucky's best bred sons, a beantilul bay, full 16 bands high, and
full Uil.ll will weigh 1200 lbs. I louled une IS, im. Ut shows a 8 :H0 gait and is one of
George Wilkes' best grandsons aud out or a Morgan mare Bred by B.T. Hume, Fayette county,
Ky. For full pedigreeiee Woodard's cutalogue or this office. Terms lii to insure.
KENTUCKY ABDALLAII ilhandsuTn andwUrwefgiaiioTbs" oafed'May
8, 1887. lie is bred to trot fust. Sired by Kentuckv, and he by rrlnceps. the sire of Trinket,
i .isa, and IS others in 2:80 and better, and is out of an Abdullah mare. Bred by Capt. P. C.
Kidd, Lexington, Ky. Terms U5 to insure.
WTVIT WTT T TQ The fine Kentucky Jack, is a Jet black wllb white points, is fnll li
TTAllJV 1T1JJUXO, bands high and weighs 1UUU lbs. B years old. Bred iu Georgetown,
Kentucky. Terms $10 to insure.
Money due when colts stand up and suck or when mare is to leave the neighborhood or to 1
transferred. For full particular apply lo W. W. SCOTT,
Baxter Springs, Kansas.
Furniture! Furaiiture!
PARLOR AND BED-R003I SUITES
And everything kept in a FIRST CLASS FURNITURE HOUSE.
Picture Mould
ing of Various
Kinds, Gold,
Steel Bronze.
Rockers, Rn
& Rattan. Pic-
tuie frames, bu
reaus, Couches.
A. D. 0. HARVEY,
Furniture and Undertaking.
Terms Strictly Cash or InstaUmeiit.
Lounges, Hags,
Folding Beds&
Springs, Uphol
stering, Etc.
Shades, Fix
tures, Safes, Ta
bles. Stands,"
Chairs, etc., etc.
CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED DAY OR NIGHT.
My Line of Goods in this Department is Complete and
of the Latest Styles.
Embalming Done When Desired.
One door east of Occidental, on Sheridan street.
J. J. FRIBLEY,
HARDWARE, TKJWARE, STOVES and CUTLERY.
P5 -2
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Manufacture Tin and Copperware, Roofiing and Spouting.
CfVVE GUARANTEE ALL WORK.-CS
Harness! .'. Harness!
The Pioneer Harness Shop of Cherokee County.
tSpESTAJiLISUEI) iy 1S70132.
And still in the front rank of the trade, will bo found at the old place in
Baxter Springs ever ready to furnish to the public and at the
lowest cash price tLe finest line of ,
Saddles, Harness, Collars, Sweat Pads,
Horse Blankets, Nets, Whips, Halters,
IN FACT
Everything Pertaining tc the Harness Trade .
Remember I buy my soods for SPOT CASH and WILL
NOT BE UNDERSOLD by anyone..
J, B, OPPERMAK,
East Side or Militaut Street. Ottositk GbeoVs bare Stobe;
Joux . ltlTTVB,
C ESTABLISHED J874.C8
L. L. lXUlJLttAT
Ritter5i Doubleday,
COLUMBtTB, K4NSAS.
TEASfSACT A
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